3 Bedroom Farm House - Faunstone Farm , Port End Lane , Shaugh Prior, Plympton Asking Price Of £549,950 (Freehold)

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Faunstone Farm was originally built in 1859 although its history can be dated back to the 1600s. Faunstone Farm House was converted some years ago from the original main farmhouse to three residences of which this is the principle part and is being sold with the benefit of the adjoining fields and stable building providing 2 stables and tack room. The farms original barns nearby were sold and converted many years ago.

The property is set in a beautiful hamlet on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, in the South Ham's parish of Shaugh Prior. The area is renowned for its unique and breath-taking landscape, picturesque heatherclad moors and rugged tors allowing for an abundance of outdoor activities including walking, cycling, canoeing, golfing and equestrian pursuits all to enjoy on your doorstep.

The location is rural but not remote with Shaugh Village and its renowned White Thorn Inn close by.

For those looking at commuting, good road access is available West through the villages of Shaugh Prior and Bickleigh, to North Plymouth, Roborough and Derriford Hospital, North to Yelverton, East to Cornwood and Ivybridge and South to Plympton.

Both the Ivybridge and Plympton routes provide access to the A38 Devon expressway to Exeter and Cornwall. Mainline rail services are available from the main Plymouth station and Ivybridge also offers limited routes.

Shaugh Village has a primary school and a bus service to Plymouth.

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